NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Rutgers University's Food Policy Institute released a study this week that shows many Americans fail to check their homes for recalled food products. Only about 60% of those surveyed said they had ever looked for recalled food in their home and just 10% of those said they had found a recalled product. While most said they pay attention to food recall news, 40% appear to believe food recalls just don’t apply to them, researchers concluded. “Despite widespread ...

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